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Los Angeles: Your Concise LA Art Guide for April

Apr 7, 2021 • View in browser
Los Angeles
April is beginning to look a little brighter in Los Angeles with cherry trees, increased vaccinations, and museums opening their doors across the city. After a year of closures, institutions can finally share exhibitions that have been sitting in their galleries, including the Made in LA biennial and the exhaustive retrospective of Yoshitomo Nara at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art. Check out our guide.
Don’t miss rafa esparza’s show closing at Commonwealth and Council this weekend, and I highly recommend Caroline Ellen Liou’s reflection on Ben Sakoguchi’s exhibition Chinatown
As an Asian American myself, it was nothing short of painful for me to look at “Chinatown” — the mockery, the things that mark me as Other, the anti-Asian brutality that has always existed throughout American history. 
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And don’t forget you can boogie with Patrisse Cullors in a virtual electric slide this weekend. 
– Elisa Wouk Almino, Senior Editor

Your Concise Los Angeles Art Guide for April 2021
A Gut-Wrenching Illustration of the Asian American Experience
rafa esparaza’s Lovingly Collaborative Portraits of Artists and Friends
How an LA Printmaking Workshop Advanced the Career of Women Artists
Events This Week
Boogie With Patrisse Cullors in a Virtual Electric Slide
A Space to Write Letters to Those Who Are No Longer Living
Closing Soon
"Sula Bermúdez-Silverman: Sighs and Leers and Crocodile Tears" (photo by Josh Schaedel)
"Sula Bermúdez-Silverman: Sighs and Leers and Crocodile Tears" (photo by Josh Schaedel)
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